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Old 03-30-2007, 03:51 PM   #1
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My sister told me about a great tasting peanut butter that only has about 5g fat per serving and 54 cals...compared to 16g fat and 190 cals for regular peanut butter...tried it yesterday at her house and it is GREAT!!!....check it out at www.bellplantation.com
only thing is, you have to order 4 jars minimum...cost is 22.96, includes shipping....and i dont get any kickbacks!!, but i am happy that i can enjoy my peanut butter without guilt...
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Old 03-30-2007, 05:08 PM   #2
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What are the 'filler' ingredients to make it so low cal and fat? I've just tried Smucker's Natural Style Reduced Fat Peanut Butter that is 200 for 2 tablespoons and 110 fat calories or 12 grams of fat. I like it very much. The only ingredients are peanuts, salt, and maltodextrin which is made from corn starch.
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I use kraft all natural and there are no additives. it is 90 cals per tablespoon. I believe my store brand is the same also( kraft was on sale when I bought it nd the store brand was gone)
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Old 03-30-2007, 05:57 PM   #4
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there are no fillers...they dry roast the nuts, then they press out the oil and grind the peanuts into a powder...you mix the powder with water or skim milk....it is very good....
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Is it PB2?
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yes..it is pb2..have you tried it??
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I use kraft all natural and there are no additives. it is 90 cals per tablespoon. I believe my store brand is the same also( kraft was on sale when I bought it nd the store brand was gone)
I LOVE the Kraft all natural. I use it almost daily. It's almost as good as the normal, sugary, fatty, salty, preservativy normal stuff
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i just ordered some... i'll let you know what i think of it when it comes
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bell plantation's PB2 is yummy, although IMO they need to cut down on the salt. It's just too salty and I am used to salted natural peanut butter.
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Old 03-31-2007, 05:05 PM   #10
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you wont be sorry you ordered it...it doesnt stick to your mouth like regular peanut butter either...it is more creamy and smooth...and you can make it as thick as you want it
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